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Program Description

The primary objective of the Social Work curriculum is to prepare students for general professional social work practice. Students selecting social work are required to complete a strong liberal arts curriculum and a core of basic social and behavior science  courses including theory, research methods and statistics,designed to provide a comprehensive study of social welfare systems, social work as a profession, social policy analysis, social human behavior and the social environment, practice methods, evaluation of practice and field placement practicum. The major social work values essential for professional practice are important parts of the curriculum. Students are expected to finish the program having the basic skills essential for professional practice.

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Contact Information

Name: Blenda Crayton, Chair, Department of Social Work and BSW Program Director, Web Liaison
Phone: (919) 530-7329
Fax: (919) 530-7924
Office Location: 202B Miller-Morgan Building
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